Data Protection and Brexit: plan for the worst – hope for the best
It is certain that data laws will change at the end of the transition period and with 1 January 2021 fast approaching, it is important that organisations take steps now to be ready, to ensure their businesses can continue to fully participate in the global data economy and to avoid the potential risk, liability and reputational impact of non-compliance.
Our data protection experts will discussed potential issues, including the uncertainty around the impact of the UK’s status as a “third country” on international data transfers.
Please click Download The Recording Here to view this Brexit Conference session, which outlined the most up to date advice and guidance on data protection.
Blake Morgan’s Virtual Brexit Conference ran from 24-26 November. For more information and to view the full agenda please visit our conference homepage.
Need advice? If you would like to discuss your requirements with one of our experts please email [email protected] to schedule a scoping call.
Leading the firm’s technology practice in London, Simon specialises in information technology law, including outsourcing, cloud services, protecting software IP and licensing of market leading data analytics software.
Elisabeth is a Partner in our Reading office, specialising in the fields of IT, data protection and commercial contracts.
Jon is a commercial lawyer specialising in information governance, advising on data protection compliance, information sharing and freedom of information issues.
Tuesday 24 November 2020
11.30 am – 12.15 pm